Out of Africa

30th June 2006 at 01:00
The BBC website has pages looking at the major political, social and economic issues facing South Africa today, designed for students studying Intermediate and Higher Modern Studies. The site uses case studies, news stories, interviews and specially written articles to bring the issues to life and to highlight contentious or conflicting viewpoints on subjects such as who is in power and how the government works. There is also information about the country's land reform, health, economy and education, including how things have changed since the end of Apartheid in 1994. The site is best viewed in flash.


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